Norman Victor Alexander (Norm) Ullman
Hockey Hall of Fame
Norman Victor Alexander Ullman
Detroit Red Wings Player (1955 – 1968)
Norm Ullman was born in Provost, Alberta and began his hockey career with the Edmonton Oil Kings of WCJHL. He turned professional with the Detroit Red Wings in 1955 and was known for his stick handling skills. In his second season with the club, he centered a line with Gordie Howe and Ted Lindsay. His career statistics rank him among the NHL’s greatest Centers. During his 13-year Red Wings career he had 324 career goals, 434 assists and 758 points. Overall, he had sixteen seasons with 20 or more goals. Ullman appeared in eleven All-Star games in his 20-year NHL career. Norm Ullman was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1982 and was inducted into the Michigan Sports Hall of Fame in 2007.